4 edition of Cooperative acquisitions of Latin American materials. found in the catalog.
|Series||Cuadernos bibliotecológicos, no. 50|
|LC Classifications||Z674 .P18 no. 50|
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|Number of Pages||23|
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Pros and Cons of Cooperative Agreements; The Real World; If academic library A has a very strong Latin American history collection and academic library B has a very strong Russian history collection, the two libraries could form a partnership so the researchers at each campus would have priority access to the materials at the other campus. 53(2) LRTS Acquisitions Globalized 87 Acquisition of Latin American Library Materials, Latin American Research Resources Project, and the Library of Congress (LC) National Program of.
Although an accurate and up-to-date assessment of North American collections of foreign language materials seems to be difficult to complete at any given time, research has revealed declining foreign language acquisitions in North American academic libraries starting in the s. A cooperative (also known as co-operative, co-op, or coop) is "an autonomous association of persons united voluntarily to meet their common economic, social, and cultural needs and aspirations through a jointly-owned enterprise". Cooperatives may include: businesses owned and managed by the people who use their services (a consumer cooperative).
Latin American Cooperation (LATAM COOP) Fund Paperback – January 1, by DEPARTMENT OF THE AIR FORCE WASHINGTON DC (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Author: DEPARTMENT OF THE AIR FORCE WASHINGTON DC. LACAP numbers, used with materials acquired through the Latin American Cooperative Acquisitions Program. The numbers are preceded by the prefix LACAP. Use of LACAP numbers was discontinued in East African accession numbers. These numbers were composed of codes for country and language followed by an accession number.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Shepard, Marietta Daniels, Cooperative acquisitions of Latin American materials. Washington, Unión Panamericana, The Seminar on the Acquisition of Latin American Library Materials (SALALM) is a global community of librarians, educators, booksellers, and SALALM LXV - University of California, Davis.
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What is the Cooperative Acquisitions Program. The Library of Congress maintains offices in Brazil, Egypt, India, Indonesia, Kenya, and Pakistan. These offices acquire library materials for LC and institutions that participate in its Cooperative Acquisitions Program. The placement of item-by-item orders, consequently, is probably the most appropriate means of acquiring Latin American books for the majority of libraries.
For certain geographic areas, U S. dealers specializing in Latin American materials can supply current titles and provide at least minimal by: 1. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Savary, M.J. Latin American Cooperative Acquisitions Program. New York, Hafner Pub. Co., (OCoLC) This cooperative collections agreement supports the The Consortium in Latin American Studies at the University of Cooperative acquisitions of Latin American materials.
book Carolina at Chapel Hill and Duke University. Both Carolina and Duke acquire core materials from throughout Latin America to support undergraduate : Teresa Chapa. A recent study conducted jointly by the International Labour Organizaton's Americas office and the ICA Americas region shows how co-operatives contribute to sustainable development in Latin America.
The book also aims to give governments and co-op members the chance to explore long-term strategies of how to strengthen the co-operative sector. Cooperative Acquisitions Project for Wartime Publications, the Farm-ington Plan, the Latin American Cooperative Acquisition Project, the Public Law program, and its long-time procurement activities.
JANUARY, 1. Bibliography Series No. Woodbridge, Hensley, ed. A Basic List of Latin American Materials in Spanish, Portuguese, and French. $ No. Fernández. The Latin American Cooperative Acquisitions Program (LACAP) was a commercial endeavor for about forty academic libraries.
Congress authorized expenditures under Public Law of block-ed currencies for acquisitions and cataloging of multiple copies of publica-tions from eight by: 2. and catalog'mg by libraries of Latin American materials, great satisfaction was noted in the increased rapidity with which L.C.
printed cards bearing a LACAP number (for the Latin American Cooperative Acquisitions Project) are being made available by the Library of Congress, usually in the form of proof sheets within 90 days of the receipt of. Find more resources by visiting thethe Duke Library Latin American and Caribbean Studies page and the archive for human rights.
The collection is further enhanced by one of the oldest cooperative acquisitions programs in the country between Duke University and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
The countries of Iberia, Latin America, South America, the Caribbean region, France, Belgium, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, and Italy African, Latin American and Western European Division Angela J. Kinney, Chief Phone: () Fax: () E-Mail: [email protected] Israel, China, Japan, Korea, and Taiwan.
Cooperative Cataloging of Latin-American Books: The Unfulfilled Promise. One of the most frequently discussed activities of libraries during the past thirty years has been that of cooperation in the acquisition and processing of library materials.
The Libraries actively participates in regional and national cooperative collection development efforts which enhance the range of resources available to UW students, faculty, and staff while conserving precious funds for local acquisitions.
These include: Center for Research Libraries (CRL). This organization acquires research material in Author: Deb Raftus. Cooperative Acquisitions United States Versus a World Library I I I HAVE BEEN asked to represent the small college libraries in a 'discussion of the Boyd-MacLeish-Metcalf plan for coopera tive acquisitions in the interest of national resources.
By this plan one copy of every book pub lished anywhere in the world, which might. Historical Note. The first Seminar on the Acquisition of Latin American Library Materials was held in at Chinsegutt Hill, Florida, with the goal to discuss “selection, acquisition, and processing of library materials from the Latin American nations and the dependent territories of the Caribbean.”.
Benson was a founding member of the Seminar on the Acquisition of Latin American Library Materials (SALALM) inand from to she traveled to Latin America as an agent for the Latin American Cooperative Acquisitions Program (LACAP), a consortium of U.S.
research libraries. Nettie Lee Benson was an active member of many professional historical, archival, and library organizations. She was a founding member of the Seminar on the Acquisition of Latin American Library Materials in and of the Latin American Studies Association in Burial: Sinton Cemetery, Sinton, San Patricio.
Cooperative Acquisitions of Latin American Materials Mrs. Marietta Daniels Shepard. The first comprehensive cooperative acquisitions program in the United States was the Farmington Plan to assure the existence in libraries of one copy of all important works published in. the world. Latin American Regional Cooperative Security: Civil-Military Relations and Economic Interdependence.
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Finocchio.The Howard-Tilton Memorial Library is a member of the cooperative Center for Research Libraries (CRL) in Chicago, which makes available Latin American resources such as newspapers, microfilm sets, and dissertations to Tulane users for extended periods.
In addition, the Latin American Library participates in several regional and international consortia and distributed resources projects.Also of note are the files related to Latin American acquisitions, the Farmington Plan, and the first eleven Seminars on the Acquisition of Latin American Materials.
The latter includes two files on the first seminar held in at Chinsegut Hill in Brooksville, Florida.